To the parents of children who forced to leave Ukraine

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At this link you can find Q&A of the Ukrainian Government to parents of children who were forced to leave Ukraine on:

General questions

–  Primary education

–  Basic secondary education

–  Professional secondary education

The obligation to study at a local school is determined by the legislation of the country in which the child resides. As a rule, countries receiving Ukrainian immigrants require that children attend their
local schools. Especially when the host state provides financial support to Ukrainians as refugees. Therefore, you should find out about the need to attend school in the city where the child lives.
At the same time, given the duration of a full-scale war, studying at a local school is at the same time an opportunity to communicate with peers and socialization for a child in a new place. At the same time, studying in a Ukrainian school can be combined with studying abroad.
You can study at a Ukrainian school online, remotely, family (home) or externally. The key advantage of studying in a Ukrainian school is that the child remains in the “native” education system, where everything is clear to him, perhaps even with the teachers who taught him before.
When combining studying at a school abroad and in Ukraine, the child devotes the main time to studying at a school abroad, while at the same time completing tasks at a Ukrainian school. With the beginning of the new academic year, Ukrainian schools adapted and many schools introduced distance learning for their students who are abroad according to individual educational trajectories.

Download the FAQ document in English and Ukrainian

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